Table of contents for Second handbook of research on mathematics teaching and learning : a project of the national council of teachers of mathematics / Frank K. Lester, Jr., editor.

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Preface .................................................................................................................................................................... xi
Acknowledgements ................................................................................................................................................xiv
Part I: Foundations
1. Putting Philosophy to Work: Coping With Multiple Theoretical Perspectives ....................................... 3
Paul Cobb, Vanderbilt University
2. Theory in Mathematics Education Scholarship ...................................................................................... 39
Edward A. Silver & Patricio G. Herbst, University of Michigan
3. Method ..................................................................................................................................................... 69
Alan H. Schoenfeld, University of California, Berkeley
Part II: Teachers and Teaching
4. Assessing Teachers¿ Mathematical Knowledge: What Knowledge Matters .......................................... 111
and What Evidence Counts?
Heather C. Hill, Laurie Sleep, Jennifer M. Lewis, & Deborah Loewenberg Ball, University of Michigan
5. The Mathematical Education and Development of Teachers .............................................................. 157
Judith T. Sowder, San Diego State University
6. Understanding Teaching and Classroom Practice in Mathematics ..................................................... 225
Megan Loef Franke, University of California, Los Angeles
Elham Kazemi, University of Washington
Daniel Battey, Arizona State University
7. Mathematics Teachers¿ Beliefs and Affect ............................................................................................. 257
Randolph A. Philipp, San Diego State University
Part III: Infl uences on Student Outcomes
8. How Curriculum Infl uences Student Learning .................................................................................... 319
Mary Kay Stein, University of Pittsburgh
Janine Remillard, University of Pennsylvania
Margaret Smith, University of Pittsburgh
9. The Effects of Classroom Mathematics Teaching on Students¿ Learning ........................................... 371
James S. Hiebert, University of Delaware
Douglas A. Grouws, University of Missouri
10. Culture, Race, Power, and Mathematics Education .............................................................................. 405
Diversity in Mathematics Education Center for Learning and Teaching
11. The Role of Culture in Teaching and Learning Mathematics ............................................................. 435
Norma G. Presmeg, Illinois State University
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Part IV: Students and Learning
12. Early Childhood Mathematics Learning ............................................................................................... 461
Douglas H., Clements & Julie Sarama, University at Buffalo, State University of New York
13. Whole Number Concepts and Operations ............................................................................................ 557
Lieven Verschaffel, University of Leuven
Brian Greer, Portland State University
Erik DeCorte, University of Leuven
14. Rational Numbers and Proportional Reasoning: Toward a Theoretical Framework ......................... 629
for Research
Susan J. Lamon, Marquette University
15. Early Algebra .......................................................................................................................................... 669
David W. Carraher, TERC
Analucia D. Schliemann, Tufts University
16. Learning and Teaching of Algebra at the Middle School through College Levels: ........................... 707
Building Meaning for Symbols and Their Manipulation
Carolyn Kieran, Université du Québec à Montréal
17. Problem Solving and Modeling ............................................................................................................. 763
Richard Lesh, Indiana University
Judith Zawejewski, Illinois Institute of Technology
18. Toward Comprehensive Perspectives on the Learning and Teaching of Proof .................................. 805
Guershon Harel, University of California, San Diego
Larry Sowder, San Diego State University
19. The Development of Geometric and Spatial Thinking ........................................................................ 843
Michael T. Battista, Michigan State University
20. Research in Probability: Responding to Classroom Realities ............................................................... 909
Graham A. Jones, Griffi th University, Gold Coast Campus
Cynthia W. Langrall, & Edward S. Mooney, Illinois State University
21. Research on Statistics Learning and Reasoning ................................................................................... 957
J. Michael Shaughnessy, Portland State University
22. Mathematics Thinking and Learning at Post-secondary Level .......................................................... 1011
Michèle Artigue, Université Paris 7
Carmen Batanero, Universidad de Granada
Phillip Kent, University of London
Part V: Assessment
23. Keeping Learning on Track: Classroom Assessment and the Regulation of Learning .................... 1051
Dylan Wiliam, Educational Testing Service
24. High Stakes Testing in Mathematics .................................................................................................... 1099
Linda Dager Wilson
25. Large-scale Assessment of Mathematics Education ............................................................................ 1111
Jan DeLange, Freudenthal Institute
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Part VI: Issues and Perspectives
26. Issues in Access and Equity in Mathematics Education ...................................................................... 1145
Alan J. Bishop & Helen J. Forgasz, Monash University
27. Research on Technology in Mathematics Education: The Perspective of Constructs ...................... 1169
Rose Mary Zbiek, M. Kathleen Heid, & Glendon Blume, Pennsylvania State University
Thomas P. Dick, Oregon State University
28. Engineering Change in Mathematics Education: Research, Policy, and Practice ............................ 1209
William F. Tate, Washington University in St. Louis
Celia Rousseau, University of Memphis
29. Educational Policy Research and Mathematics Education ................................................................ 1247
Joan Ferrini-Mundy & Robert Floden, Michigan State University
30. Mathematics Content Specifi cation in the Age of Assessment .......................................................... 1281
Norman L. Webb, University of Wisconsin, Madison
31. Refl ections on the State and Trends in Research on Mathematics Teaching and Learning: .......... 1293
From Here to Utopia
Mogens Niss, Roskilde University
About the Contributors ..................................................................................................................................... 1313
Name Index ................................................................................................................................................................
Subject Index .............................................................................................................................................................

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mathematics -- Study and teaching -- Research.